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times" and britain's "guardian" newspaper the national security agency has figured out how to break most of the security codes on the internet, those codes that scramble information that protect everything from banking transactions to e-mails. the e-mails come from documents provideoed by nsa scanning g-mail accounts and the labor defendant releases its information. >>> good morning, anne-marie. all eyes will be on today's jobless report. yesterday the government said unemployment dropped by 9,000, near a five-year low. economists predict that employers added 177,000 jobs in august. the unemployment rate is expected to remain at 7.4%. >>> a strong jobs report could spark a run on wall street. investors are worried the fed may decide to taper off the markets were up. on thursday the market gained 6 points while the nasdaq gained. tokyo's nikkei lost more than 1%. hong kong's hang seng was flat. >>> the strong economic recovery keeps sending mortgage rates higher. according to freddie mac, they're almost the highest. they average 14.4%. >>> a disappointing back-to-school season for retaile
by to talk with us tonight. thank you. >> well the national security agency has found ways to beat the inkreupgs that's designed to protect the privacy of just about everything you do online and that's the latest revolution from the nsa leaker edward snowden. >> reporter: the u.s. cyber spy agency has cracked many of the codes that are meant the keep sensitive communication private. according to new documents released by edward snowden the nsa has invested billions in custom design super fast computers to break inkreuptd communications including banking transactions, consumer e-commerce, corporate trade see krerbgts medical records and other confidential informs. the agency forced technology forced to provide it with the keys to their inkreupgs program. so that it can decode billions of e-mails, internet chats and phone calls in the u.s. and across the world. >> the 2010 briefing me mo brieo for the counterpart, the agency boasted of an aggressive multieffort to break widely used internet enncription technology. there's over 400 o 400 million s of g-mail. the documents have been sh
will decide if the case should proceed. >>> new allegations about the national security agency show it is able to bypass most endescription technologies. the nsa spent millions of dollars to unlock web sites. they worked with unnamed tech companies. the times information comes from documents linked by edward snowden. >>> to the u.k. where vehicles collided, the extent of the damage became visible. it happened on a bridge south of london. the collision happened one right after the other and lasted for about ten minutes. eight people suffered serious injuries. 35 others taken to hospitals. it took nine hours to clear all the vehicles. >>> the secret service says there is a new leader when it comes to counterfeiting u.s. currency. it's now peru. more than 100 counterfeit dollars were seized in the past ten years. the per oouf januarys are real -- peruvians are real masters in counterfeit. >>> united airlines is recalling all of their pilots. the airline says training will begin next month. united merged with continental three years ago saying it is anticipating future staffing needs. some of the
to no documents released by former national security agency contractor edward snowden, the nsa has invested billions of dollars in custom designed super fast computers to break encrypted communications, including banking transactions, consumer e commerce, trade secrets, medical records and other ostensibly confidential information. the documents also show the agency secretly persuaded or legally forced technology companies to provide it with the keys to their encryption programs so that they could decode billions of emails, internet chats and phone calls in the u.s. and across the world. in a 2010 briefing memo for n.s.a.'s counterpart, the government's headquarters or gchq, they boasted of a multi-pronged effort to break widely used encryption saying that vast amounts of data that was previously ignored is now being exploited. the british agency reported it had developed what it called access opportunities to google's encrypted traffic. there are over 400 millions users of g mail. other companies targeted by code breakers include yahoo, facebook and microsoft's hotmail. the documents colle
. national security agency developed commonplace internet according to media reports citing documents obtained by ed -- and as a leader ed snowden. systems which have been broken have not been revealed. those are your news headlines on the fox business network. back to the lady with smart and has great jam. dagen: you too. so good to see you, thank you so much. larry summers, put your dukes of. when it comes to your possible nomination as federal reserve chief he faces a big fight in congress with some democrats. elizabeth macdonald has the bottom line. courtesy of their partners at the wall street journal. >> he has got to make it past the senate banking committee first. all fed nominees have to get past the senate banking committee first. three top democrats and wall street journal may oppose his nomination as fed chair come this september. what we're seeing is elizabeth warren of massachusetts, jeffrey berkeley from oregon, likely expected to oppose. here is the bottom line. democrats have a slim two vote majority on senate banking. of the can't get those three to back him he is fi
. >>> and the national security agency reportedly has the ability to break the security codes of most encrypted websites that are used by america. three media outlets say the latest revelation comes from the former nsa contractor edward snowden. documents he leaked show the nsa built powerful super- computers to break encryption codes. >>> george zimmerman could be heading to divorce court. his wife shelley is filing for divorce after six years of marriage. she was in court in july when her husband was acquitted of second-degree murder in the killing of trayvon martin. >>> former nfl player aaron hernandez is back in court to be arraigned again today. 23-year-old is expected to plead not guilty to first- degree murder in the shooting death of his friend odin lloyd. hernandez is also being investigated in connection to an unsolved 2012 double homicide in boston. the new england patriots released hernandez after police arrested him over the summer. >>> and the ubinas volcano in peru spewed smoke and ash into the sky yesterday the 8th eruption this week. authorities closed schools and are recommending evac
think. published reports now say the national security agency has used supercomputers to bypass or in some cases crack online encryption tools. the revelation comes from documents leaked by former nsa contractor edward snowden. the government has reportedly spent billions to access online secrets. >>> and we have some breaking news overseas. one of the most wanted terrorists from the war in afghanistan has reportedly been killed in a u.s. drone strike. u.s. officials believe mullah sangeen zadran organized attacks on u.s. troops and helped capture bergdahl. in 2009. >>> and some important news about the economy. the government has just put out the monthly jobs report this morning but not everyone was hoping for good news. abc's rebecca jarvis is here to explain that. >>> josh, good morning. so much riding on this report. putting everyone back to work in america. americans will pay more to borrow from the cost of a mortgage to a car loan. the economy added 169,000 jobs in august. unemployment ticked a little lower to 7.3%. overall it was still weaker that many were expected. what
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